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The cases below represent examples of the exceptional results that AXS LAW attorney COURTNEY CAPRIO has achieved in a wide range of cases over the last few years.

  • Obtained a $7.5 million settlement on behalf of Trans Continental Television Production, Inc. in a complex litigation against MTV Networks, Viacom International, Inc., Viacom Inc., Bad Boy Films, Inc. and Bad Boy Records, LLC involving novel issues of copyright law relating to the television franchise, Making the Band.

  • Trial counsel for Verizon Wireless, obtaining complete victory in a rare trial of a deceptive trade practices action brought by the Florida Attorney General’s Office seeking $20 million in damages and additional penalties against Verizon’s affiliate, Alltel Communications, Inc., relating to its alleged negative option practices in subscribing approximately 450,000 Florida customers to Alltel’s roadside assistance feature. State of Florida, Office of Attorney General v. Alltel Communications, Inc., Case No.06-2520 (Leon County Circuit Court).

  • Prevailed in a 28 U.S.C. § 1782 action over objections of subpoena targets in connection with obtaining discovery for use in a Colombian litigation over a multi-million dollar fraud relating to a salt mine project.

  • Represented performing artist Armando Christian Perez p/k/a Pitbull, Ne-Yo, Afrojack and their record labels in a successful First Amendment defense against the right of publicity action brought by actress Lindsay Lohan under New York law for the mention of her name on the hit song “Give Me Everything.”

  • Prevailed as lead counsel at AAA arbitration final hearing on an LLC-membership dispute concerning a $12 million shopping center in Broward County, Florida.

  • Prevailed at AAA arbitration final hearing on contractual dispute stemming from $25 million option to buy full-power television station in Puerto Rico.

  • Prevailed on summary judgment based on fair use doctrine in a copyright infringement action brought by author Noberto Fuentes.

  • Representation of an SEC-appointed receiver in a federal district court action involving a $1.2 billion family of hedge funds, including prosecution of insiders and offshore hedge fund administrators for claims derived from the fraudulent Ponzi scheme.

  • Defeated America-CV Network, LLC’s Emergency Motion for a Preliminary Injunction, which sought to enjoin Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc.’s broadcast Ahora con Oscar Haza.

  • Represented Top Stop Music, Inc., and Top Stop Publishing, Inc., and its principle, Sergio George, in a lawsuit involving Prince Royce, which resulted in the dismissal of Prince Royce’s $5 million defamation claim.

  • Prevailed at the Third District Court of Appeal to affirm a Florida court’s jurisdiction over an Israeli media company for Internet torts directed at a Florida citizen.

  • Secured reversal of a magistrate judge to obtain Section 1782 discovery for us in a UK criminal action.

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